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Introduction to Humanizing Online Learning

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A kick-off webinar for the @ONE webinar series, Humanizing Online Learning.

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Introduction to Humanizing Online Learning

  1. 1. Except where otherwise noted, content in this presentation is licensed by Michelle Pacansky-Brock under a Creative Commons-Attribution-Non Commercial 4.0 License. INTRODUCTION TO
  2. 2. your goody bag brocansky.com/humanizing-one
  3. 3. photo by theophilos papadopoulos cc-by-nc-nd brocansky.com/humanizing-one Reflect on a time in your life when you were pushed outside your comfort zone.
  4. 4. photo by theophilos papadopoulos cc-by-nc-nd brocansky.com/humanizing-one Describe how you felt.
  5. 5. photo by theophilos papadopoulos cc-by-nc-nd brocansky.com/humanizing-one What helped you?
  6. 6. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NCphoto by Martin Kenny CC-BY-NC-SA
  7. 7. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC brocansky.com/humanizing-one
  8. 8. CALIFORNIA’S FUTURE -1 MILLIONEDUCATED WORKERS BY 2025 Johnson, H; Sengupta, R, (2009). Closing the Gap: Meeting California’s Need for College Graduates, Public Policy Institute of California, retrieved from http://www.ppic.org/main/ publication.asp?i=835 brocansky.com/humanizing-one
  9. 9. TRANSFER LATINX CALIFORNIA’S FUTURE brocansky.com/humanizing-one Johnson, H; Sengupta, R, (2009). Closing the Gap: Meeting California’s Need for College Graduates, Public Policy Institute of California, retrieved from http://www.ppic.org/main/ publication.asp?i=835
  10. 10. attend community college 19 attend 4-yr college 10 earn doctoral degree .4 earn graduate degree 4 graduate with a 4-year degree 10 enroll in college 29 graduate high school 52 100 elementary school students U.S. Census Bureau, 2000. transfers to a 4-year college 1 Latinx National Educational Pipeline
  11. 11. White Hispanic Unknown/Declined to State 2+ Races Native American Filipino Black Asian/Pacific Islander California Community College Chancellor’s Office, (2013). Distance Education Report. Distance Education Students California Community Colleges by Race/Ethnicity
  12. 12. AVERAGE GRADES California Community Colleges Kaupp, R. (2012) Online penalty: The White-Latino achievement gap, Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 19(2), 8-16. 0 0.55 1.1 1.65 2.2 Hispanic White Hispanic-White Gap F2F Online n= 4,472,736 achievement gap is +44% larger online
  13. 13. n=10 Describe “good” and “bad” past experiences and experiences in current online class. Latinx Online Students Why do online classes exacerbate the White-Latino achievement gap? n=12 Online Instructors & Administrators responsible for administering online instruction Kaupp, R. (2012) Online penalty: The White-Latino achievement gap, Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 19(2), 8-16. • motivation/self-directedness • lack of technology skills • literacy •GOOD: strong, mutual relationships with instructors •BAD: no relationship with online instructors
  14. 14. The lens we use informs our understanding. Photo by Jeremy Noble CC-BY
  15. 15. Supporting Faculty You make the difference — especially online!
  16. 16. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  17. 17. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
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  20. 20. 2ingredients' '
  21. 21. presence instructor 1 " Savery, (2005). ' '
  22. 22. 2 ' " (Garrison, 1997) presence issocial ' ' (Tu, 2000, p. 1662) " ' ' (Picciano, 2002) ' (Whiteman, 2002) 2 (Gunawardena & Zittle, 1997)
  23. 23. student satisfaction (Gunawardena & Zittle, 1997; Rovai & Barnum, 2003) interaction (Tu, 2000; Stein & Wanstreet, 2003) depth of learning (Picciano, 2002; Richardson & Swan, 2003; Rovai & Barnum, 2003) social presence 2
  24. 24. http://brocansky.com/humanizing-infographic Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  25. 25. AFFECTIVECOGNITIVE LEARNING DOMAINS (Anderson & Krathwohl, 2001; Krathwohl, Bloom, & Masia, 1964).
  26. 26. Principles of Humanized Online Facilitation ● presence ● empathy ● awareness Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  27. 27. Image by Alex Knight on Unsplash don’t be a robot PRESENCE
  28. 28. How does it feel to be a student in this type of learning environment? Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  29. 29. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  30. 30. Don’t be a robot. PRESENCE EMPATHY Photo by Christian Bernal CC-BY-NC-ND Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC sense when your students need support
  31. 31. Photo by Christian Bernal CC-BY-NC-ND Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC • See the world through eyes of another • Non-judgmental • Understand feelings of others • Communicate understanding of that person’s feelings Wiseman, T. (1996), A concept analysis of empathy. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23: 1162–1167. doi: 10.1046/j. 1365-2648.1996.12213.x 4 ATTRIBUTES OF EMPATHY
  32. 32. “Vulnerability is uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. -Brené Brown Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  33. 33. vulnerability empathy Photo by Sergiu Bocioiu CC-BY-NC Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  34. 34. vulnerability empathy Photo by Sergiu Bocioiu CC-BY-NC Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  35. 35. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NCphoto by Martin Kenny CC-BY-NC-SA
  36. 36. AWARENESS Photo by Christian Bernal CC-BY-NC-ND Photo by Sergiu Bocioiu CC-BY-NC Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC know your students’ needs
  37. 37. A Friendly, Video Prompt Tracy Schaelen, Southwestern College
  38. 38. A Video Course Bumper Veronica Valadez, CSU Channel Islands
  39. 39. A humanized syllabus! http:// page.teachingwithoutwalls.com/ humanized-syllabus Populr.me (upgrade to educator account - more info in the Humanized Tool Buffet)
  40. 40. CC-BY Gustavo Devito Embrace the power of the human voice.
  41. 41. ENGLISH JanetMitchell-Lambert,CerritosCollege (sharedwithpermission) Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY
  42. 42. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
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  44. 44. - online student (Pacansky-Brock, 2014.) Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  45. 45. Based on anonymous student surveys conducted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock. All students were enrolled in a fully online History of Photography community college class. by Michelle Pacansky-Brock Learning Out Loud Makes me feel connected to my peers. n=109 86% Listening to peers increased my ability to reach the learning objectives. 95% n=82 When I spoke, I remembered the information better. 83% n=82
  46. 46. Makes me feel connected to my peers. 86% n=109 “I feel like we got to know each other better. I actually recognized a classmate at my children's Taekwondo class because of the sound of her voice!” Based on anonymous student surveys conducted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock. All students were enrolled in a fully online History of Photography community college class. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY Learning Out LoudLearning Out Loud
  47. 47. Listening to peers increases my ability to reach the learning objectives. 95% n=82 “Listening gave me a better understanding of the material. … you could actually hear the passion in the speakers’ voices.…” Based on anonymous student surveys conducted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock. All students were enrolled in a fully online History of Photography community college class. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY Learning Out LoudLearning Out Loud
  48. 48. When I spoke, I remembered the information better. 83% n=82 “…it made me re-evaluate my answers. Mostly because I didn't want to sound like I had no idea what I was talking about. …being able to speak … my ideas made me feel like I could … explain the material better.” Based on anonymous student surveys conducted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock. All students were enrolled in a fully online History of Photography community college class. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY Learning Out LoudLearning Out Loud
  49. 49. When I spoke, I remembered the information better. 83% n=82 “I found ... that I would ... unearth more thoughts … as I spoke them out loud while looking at the content, as opposed to looking at the content, forming an opinion, then looking at my text as I wrote it.” Based on anonymous student surveys conducted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock. All students were enrolled in a fully online History of Photography community college class. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY Learning Out LoudLearning Out Loud
  50. 50. Slides by Michelle Pacansky-Brock CC-BY-NC
  51. 51. Nudging Students with Your Human Presence - September 26th, 12pm-1pm Fabiola Torres, Professor of Ethnic Studies, Glendale Community College Developing Awareness with Canvas Analytics - TBD Sallie Michalsky, Canvas Humanizing Think Tank - October 19th, 3-4pm Michelle Pacansky-Brock and Lené Whitley-Putz, @ONE/OEI, and YOU! Using Flipgrid for Community-Rich Online Learning - October 24th, 3-4pm Dayamudra Dennehy, Professor of ESL, City College of San FranciscoOctober 19th, 3-4pm a webinar series brought to you by @ONE and the OEI More Info & Register —> http://www.onefortraining.org/node/945
  52. 52. follow these folks! Tracy SchaelenKatie PalaciosMike Smedshammer @TracySchaelen@KatiePala@MikeSmedshammer Tweet your takeaways and include #CCCLearn!
  53. 53. Photo by Leo Reynolds. CC-BY-NC-SA mpb@CCCOnlineEd.org brocansky.com @brocansky
  54. 54. Wiseman, T. (1996), A concept analysis of empathy. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23: 1162–1167.
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